Contributing sermons since Feb 12, 2003
Contributed on Jan 19, 2009
The funeral for Jacob is over. The eleven brothers of Joseph are afraid. They believe that Joseph might turn on them... But Joseph is not the “natural man.” He is a man who portrays the coming Christ... grace and truth.
Title of the message: “Five Steps to Keeping Yourself in the Love of God” Key verse: (Jude 1:21) Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life. Introduction: The funeral for Jacob is over. The eleven brothers of Joseph are afraid. They ...read more
Contributed on Nov 14, 2008
The same seven things that money cannot buy, have been purchased for us by the blood of Christ. Intimacy with God, Credibility, a Good Name, the Power of God, etc...
Series: Why the Heavens may seem as Brass? Story of Balaam: (Num 22:5-7) He sent messengers therefore unto Balaam the son of Beor to Pethor, which is by the river of the land of the children of his people, to call him, saying, Behold, there is a people come out from Egypt: ...read more
Contributed on Oct 14, 2008
Seven things that would have caused the older brother enter into the dance, if he had only known:
Title of the message: “Dancing Lessons” Introduction: What the eldest son did not know. There are seven things that the eldest brother did not know. If he had known them, instead of being outside of the house criticizing, he would have been inside the house rejoicing and dancing. 1. ...read more
Contributed on Aug 20, 2008
An acrostic message on God’s six points of GRACE: Grafted into the Vine, Restored my soul, Adopted into his family, Cleansed of my sin, and Elected unto everlasting life.
Title: “The Greatest Compliment Ever Given” Introduction: What is the greatest compliment that you have ever received? John said of Christ that he full of “Grace and Truth.” John 1:14. Today’s message is a message on grace. Our primary text is 2 Samuel 9:1-11 And David said, Is there ...read more
Contributed on Jul 31, 2008
We might assume that Eve wanted to know evil, however, was that her primary motive? It is my opinion that Eve wanted to become “God” so that she could be good, not necessarily so that she could be evil! And that is a subtle thought!
My personal definition of co-dependency for your consideration: When a person focuses on someone besides God, in an attempt to become the god of a person who is in distress, until the person they are trying to help, ultimately becomes their god. Our Church has begun a “Celebration Recovery” ...read more